The Supreme Court has deferred action on the case of the controversial Torre de Manila condominium until their next en banc session in Baguio City on April 25.
The case was included in Tuesday’s agenda during the first summer session of the year but the justices decided not to act on it.
In September 2014, the Knights of Rizal petitioned the high court for the demolition of the said comdominium because it obstructs the sightline of the Rizal monument in Luneta.
In June 2015, the SC issued a TRO and stopped the construction of the 49-story condominium.
Property developer DMCI previously insisted they violated no laws and they were issued permits by the city government of Manila for the constuction of the building. — Roderic Mendoza | UNTV News & Rescue
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